A Sony PlayStation made a quick appearance at the opening ceremony of Gamescom 2022 to announce the DualSense Edgea performance-focused version of the DualSense.
This new joystick has extra buttons and parts that can be removed and customized, like the analog ones. However, the novelty has no release date.
Below, you can check out a video that shows the look of the controller:
O DualSense Edge wireless will have resources for you to customize the buttons, relocating the commands or simply deactivating them. There will also be options to modify the sensitivity of the stick and its dead zones, the distance needed to move the stick until the command is recognized.
A Sony cited that these settings can be important for more competitive FPS (First-Person Shotter) and racing game players.
If desired, the player will still be able to exchange analog sticks and back buttons for new parts that can be purchased later. Remembering that this version keeps some of the main features of DualSense standard, such as the haptic system and adaptive triggers. Finally, the controller will come with a USB-C cable for charging and a case to carry the controller and all its components.